Review on the research of hydrogen storage system fast refueling in fuel cell vehicle: Review

Abstract : A comprehensive review of the hydrogen storage systems and investigations performed in search for development of fast refueling technology for fuel cell vehicles are presented. Nowadays, hydrogen is considered as a good and promising energy carrier and can be stored in gaseous, liquid or solid state. Among the three ways, high pressure (such as 35 MPa or 70 MPa) appears to be the most suitable method for transportation due to its technical simplicity, high reliability, high energy efficiency and affordability. However, the refueling of high pressure hydrogen can cause a rapid increase of inner temperature of the storage cylinder, which may result not only in a decrease of the state of charge (SOC) but also in damages to the tank walls and finally to safety problems. In this paper, the theoretical analysis, experiments and simulations on the factors related to the fast refueling, such as initial pressure, initial temperature, filling rate and ambient temperature, are reviewed and analyzed. Understanding the potential relationships between these parameters and the temperature rise may shed a light in developing novel controlling strategies and innovative routes for hydrogen tank fast filling.
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Mengxiao Li, Yunfeng Bai, Caizhi Zhang, Yuxi Song, Shangfeng Jiang, et al.. Review on the research of hydrogen storage system fast refueling in fuel cell vehicle: Review. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Elsevier, 2019, 44 (21), pp.10677-10693. ⟨10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.02.208⟩. ⟨hal-02081359⟩

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